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THE DOINGS IN AND ABOUT THE
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Matters Social, Religions and General
Which Have Happened and Are to
Happen Among the People of theand
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1922
Mr. and Mrs. Hyde have moved
from St. Paul to 3832 Clinton ave
The Porters' and Waiters' Club
has moved to 18 Third street south,
corner of Nicolet and is fixing it up
in very classy styles.
Mr. W. S. Neal has bought the O.
A. Lawrence undertaking business
and is conducting it from 502 twen
ty-fourth street, first floor of the Ma
The Porters' and Waiters' Club
has moved to No. 18 Third street
south, corner of Nicollet and is mak
ing some wonderful improvements.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Combs were
the week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Quitman Hicks, 953 Rondo
street, St. Paul.
The Pride of the West Co. No. 1,
K. P., had the largest crowd of the
season for their boat excursion and
all who went with them had a lovely
Jerry Hayes, 25 years old, was
taken to the Minneapolis General
hospital Monday night suffering from
a serious bullet wound in the abdo
men caused by the accidental dis
charge of a revolver.
The Social Inn is the name of the
new club, 718 Sixth Ave. N. Messrs.
Andrew J. Claughton and Lee R.
Wheeler are the managers. It is on
the second floor of a brand new build
ing and is very roomy and nice.
Miss Lillian Thomas of this city,
and Mr. Ulysses Grant, of St. Paul,
were united in marriage Thursday,
August 17. The ceremony was per
A H. Lealtad at 4:0 0
P. M. \\2 wedding was attended by
the families of the bride and gfocm.
Miss Mattie Lucas and Miss Flor
ence Thomas, a sister of the bride,
were maids of honor, and Mr. Pleas
ant Bredon was best man. A five
course dinner was served at the home
of the bride's parents after the cer
emony. They will be at home to
their friends at 3432 Oakland ave
MR. WM. SQUIRE NEAL
Goes Into the Undertaking Business
What may be termed a new under
taking establishment has been re
cently opened at 502 Twenty-fourth
street, first floor of the Masonic Tem
ple, by Mr. Wm. Squire Neal. Mr.
Neal is from one of the "old settlers"
families of Minneapolis, and is well
known to almost everybody. Mr.
Neal has taken over the business of
Mr. 0. A. Lawrence where he wasthe
employed for several years and
several years was employed by
largest undertaking establishments
of Kansas City.
He has a large place all newly dec
orated and furnished with office,
waiting- room and a. chapel that will
comfortably seat two hundred on the
ground floor. The embalming room
and workshop are in the basement.
He invites the nublic to call.
25TH O SILVER
Celebrated by Mr. and Mrs.offerings
W. J. Arnold of Anoka.
Wednesday was the twenty-fifth
or silver wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Arnold, of An
oka and was made the occasion of
one of the most enjoyable times of
Mrs. Richard Anderson and Mrs.
Lulu Howard were the promoters
and invited a number of the old
timers and some new timers, to sel
ebrate the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold lived in St.
Paul for several years and then
moved to Ancka sixteen years ago
and have liver there,ever since where
they have reared an interesting fam
ily of six children: Anna Marie,
Blanch Elizabeth, Grace Wanda, Ol
ive Lucille, William J., Jr., and Clin
ton M. They are all very bright
children. Anna, the eldest, gradua
ted from Hamline University and
Blanche from the high school at An
oka and W. J., Jr., is a senior. They
are all musicians, playing the piano
and violin delightfully.
Mr. Arnold for years has been ed
itor of the North Dakota Standard
of Lisbon, and a lecturer on Social
ism and Prohibition, and travels
most of the time.
They own a nice little farm with
a large roomy house on it in thein
suburbs of Anoka, and the spacious
dining room had two long tables at
which the guests regaled themselves
at a splendid dinner, all cooked by
the Misses Arnold, and was very
Mr. Arnold gave his bride of a
century ago a horn handled carving
set, a dozen silver knives and forks
and a half dozen dinner spoons, Com
The girls gave their mother a dam
ask table cloth and napkins. Those
that were invited gave a dozen silver
knives, forks and tea spoons, also
Community pattern, to which was
attached a beautiful card on which
"A happy greeting on your Silver
Anniversary. Mav your lives run as a silver brook,
And your future gleam silver as stars
And remembrance lead back to a
When you.dreamed silver dreams in
the dawn of your loves."
On the card were names of the don
ors as follows: Messrs and Mesdames
W. B. Elliott, W. E. Alexander, H.
F. Mclntyre, J. E. Johnson. G. W.leader.
James, J. Q. Adams, W. V. Howard,
W. T. Francis, C. E. James, J. W.
Milton, J. H. Loomis, W. H. Parker,
M. Jackson, R. H. Anderson, B.
Simpson, W. W. McCoy, S. W. Wil
liams, M. L. Bar^tsdals, Drs. and Mes
dames Valdo Turner, O. D. Howard,
Mesdames Lulu Howard, T. H. Lyles
Mr. .R. Minor.
The other guests, present were Mr.
Mrs. Frank Robinson, St. Louis
Mrs: Sarah Dover, Mrs. Lucelia
James, Mrs. Lucy A. Robinson, Mrs.
W. Davenport and Dr. Earl S.
STATE FAIR TO
World's Greatest Features En
gaged by Minnesota State
Fair Sept. 2 to 9.
Action! Speed! Thrills!
These, three wordsin a nut shell
describe the $100,000.00 entertainment
program which will feature the com
ing Minnesota State FairTwin Cities
September 2 to 9.
Never before In the history of the
Northwest has there been an attempt
to stage such a stupendous amusement
bill as will be pre
sented each day
at the State Fair*
So many novel
been engaged that
visitors will be
a spectacular aerial circus twenty
five big vaudeville acts a gorgeous
fireworks spectacle auto polo, pigeon
races, horseshoe pitching, a midway
with twenty big attractions, and a doz
en big bands and orchestras will be
among the leading features on the pro
Auto polo, ranked by many as the
most thrilling of all sports, will be the
daily feature at both the afternoon and
evening shows. Two of the leading
auto polo teams of the country will
furnish the excitementand spills!
A slip of a school girl, just turning
18, Miss Lillian Boyer, of Chicago, will
headline the aerial circus, which bears
her name. Miss Boyer is the only
woman who successfully changes from
a speeding automobile to a low-flying
airplane, with both car and "ship" go
ing at 60 miles an hour. Miss Boyer
is alone In her field, and is regarded
as the greatest woman aviatrix and
acrobat of all time. Since the death
of Lieutenant Louis James, killed re
cently while making a change, Miss
Boyer is the only
ing the stunt, to
With Miss Boy
er will be two of
in the re
cent war, Billy
Brock and Jimmie
Faulkner. These daring birdmen will
assist Miss Boyer in all her dizzy
As part of the evening show, Pilots
Brock and Faulkner will stage an aeri
al battle. Using specially constructed
planes, illuminated by fireworks, they
will bomb the fair and perform other
hair-raising maneuvers depicting mod
Lovers of harness horse racing will
enjoy themselves to the limit on four^
days, Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and"
Friday, September 4, 5, 7 and 8. More
than 400 horses have been entered in
various events, and the best racing in
years i forecost. The management is
$22,000 in purses, with added
money, which means the horsemen will
carry away at least $30,000.
The world's fastest automobilethe
Wisconsin Special, built in Minneapo
lis last fallwill be seen in the big au
tomobile races that have been carded
for three days of the fair. Sig. Haug
dahl, the blond Scandinavian speed
king, who piloted his freak machine
over the Daytona Beach course faster
than three miles a minute, will go af
te all records, including the world's
circular dirt track record, with his
Haugdahl set the world's record with
his Fiat car, at the Minnesota State
Fair last year
when he made the
mile in 46% sec
has sent word to
the State Fair of
ficials that he is
having his car
hauled for the
meet. He declares
that he will cut several seconds from
this record with his powerful 300 horse
power airplane motor, when he cuts
loose. The car was designed by Haug
dahl, and differs in appearance from
other types of machines. It is only
18 inches wide, and wind resistance
and vacuum have been reduced to a
In addition to Haugdahl, a score of
other leading dirt track drivers of the
country will compete for the $10,000.00
purses offered by the fair.
The' vaudeville and circus urogram
will be a stunner. So many acts will
be going on in front of the grandstand
that patrons will grow dizzy trying to
watch the many performers at the
Bands and orchestras galore will dis
pense music. Al Sweet's Singing
Band, one of the foremost concert or
ganizations in the country, will be
brought to the fair from New York.
The Duluth First American Legion
Band, the crack doughboy band which
won premier laurels at the American
Legion convention in Kansas City, will
appear the entire week. Other bands
include the Minnesota State Band, the
Spring Grove Band, Bemidji Boys'
Band, and. the Sanborn cornet and
1,000 Children to Exhibit.
More than 1,000 children will com
pete in the Boys' and Girls' club con
tests at the coming Minnesota State
Fair, Twin Cities, September 2 to-9,
according to T. A. Erickson, State club
Prizes totaling $11,600.00 are
offered by the State Fair management.
TEL. CEDAS 8081
839 WABASHA m&M&fc
Minnesota State Fair
September 2 te 9,1922
Auto Races, featuring Sig Haugdahl in his 3-
mile-a-minute car, and 88th Division Re
union, Saturday, September 2.
Lillian Beyer's Flying CircusLillian Boyer
in passages from Auto to low-flying Plane
before grandstand and in aerial acrobatics
thrilling combat between two Battle Planes
at night, illuminated brilliantly with fire
Dr. Carver's Diving Horse in forty-foot jump.
Dozen big Vaudeville and Circus acts on stages
Auto Polo each afternoon and evening.
Spectacular Fireworks Display, "Mysic China,"
Horse Races, $22,000.00 in purses, September 4,
5," 7 and 8.
Auto Races, Wednesday, September 6, and Sat
urday, September 9.
C. A. Wortham Shows, 25 attractions.
$1,500,000.00 Livestock and Poultry Show.
Biggest Farm Products Show in the World.
$500,000.00 International Art Exposition.
80 Acres of Latest Farm Machinery.
Big Evening Horse ShowSeptember 4, 5, 6, 7
and 8. Cash prizes, $8,165.00.
Northwest Automobile Exposition.
Mammoth Combined Exhibit by State Depart
ments, Steel Machinery Building.
Demonstration of Club Work by 850 boys and'
girls in new Boys' and Girls' Club Work
Entire Building of Electrical Exhibits.
Exhibition of Women's and Children's Work.
Dozen Feature Bands and Orchestras.
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